Dictionary Definition: Is a resource primary or secondary which allows for work or serve as alternative economic activities independent of energy production.<br />ENERGY<br />TYPES OF ENERGY<br />Energy Basics<br />Energy Calculator<br />Energy Units Basics<br />Forms of Energy<br />Periodic Table<br />Kilowatt-hours to mega joules, short tons to metric tons ,this handy calculator converts from one energy unit to another.<br />The different rows of elements are called periods. The period number of an element signifies the highest energy level an electron in that element occupies. <br />Is in everything. We use energy for everything we do, the food you eat contains chemical energy, There are two types of energy:<br />Energy forms are either potential or kinetic. Potential energy comes in forms that are stored including — chemical, gravitational, mechanical, and nuclear.<br />Physical units reflect measures of distances, areas, volumes, heights, weights, mass, force, and energy. Different types of energy are measured by different physical units:<br />
UNITS:<br />TYPES<br />TYPES<br />Barrels<br />Stored (potential) energy<br />Working (kinetic) energy<br />KineticEnergy<br />PotentialEnergy<br />Cubic feet for natural gas<br />IS<br />IS<br />Tons for coal<br />Example<br />Kilowatthours for electricity<br /> Is stored energy and the energy of position — gravitational energy. There are several forms of potential energy.<br /> Is motion — of waves, molecules, objects, substances, and objects.<br /> The food you eat contains chemical energy, and your body stores this energy until you use it when you work or play.<br />To compare different fuels, we need to convert the measurements to the same units.<br />
TYPES..<br />TYPES..<br />ENERGY SORURCES<br />Chemical: Is energy stored in the bonds of atoms and molecules. <br />Radiant: Is electromagnetic energy that travels in transverse waves<br />Energy sources are divided into two groups.<br />Mechanical: Is energy stored in objects by tension.<br />Thermal: Or heat, is the vibration and movement of the atoms and molecules within substances<br />Renewable<br />Nonrenowable<br />Nuclear: Is energy stored in the nucleus of an atom — the energy that holds the nucleus together.<br />Coal<br />Solar <br />Motion Energy: Is energy stored in the movement of objects. <br />Natural gas<br />wind<br />Gravitational: Is energy stored in an object's height.<br />Oil<br />Geothermal<br />Sound: Is the movement of energy through substances in longitudinal waves<br />Fossil fuels <br />Biomass <br />Electrical: Is what is stored in a battery, and can be used to power a cell phone or start a car.<br />Hydropower<br />
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